THE BOWL TO FILL ALL BOWLS
The Fight Hunger Bowl is committed to advancing the fight against hunger here in the Bay Area. We have partnered with local Feeding America affiliates to help tackle hunger in our community.
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See who the FIGHT HUNGER BOWL is helping locally
Thanks to our partners Nabisco, Wells Fargo, Macy's, RBC Wealth Management, and ABC7 for supporting our local initiatives!
Tackling hunger in the Bay Area is easy! Here's how you can help:Go To The GameBy attending the 2013 Fight Hunger Bowl, you will be showing your support for those in need and those working hard to change the lives of those around them.
DonateDonate online to our local affiliates: SF Food Bank, the St. Anthony Foundation, and GLIDE. VolunteerHead on over to GLIDE or St. Anthony's and help serve or prepare a meal. Educate Learn more about the issue of hunger in the Bay Area from our partners, GLIDE and St. Anthony's. Then spread the word to your friends and family about our neighbors who need our help. From Our Partners: "We deeply appreciate your commitment to GLIDE's Mission of enabling the poor and disenfranchised to make meaningful changes in their lives. We recognize your deep passion in the struggle to end hunger; our hearts are touched by your leadership and love! Thank you for all you do. We couldn't do this work without amazing partners like the Fight Hunger Bowl." -- Reverend Cecil Williams, Chairman, and Janice Mirikitani, Founding President GLIDE Foundation "On behalf of thousands of our neighbors who face the day without enough to eat, thank you for your partnership and generous donation. Because you care, no one - not children, not families, not seniors - has to go to bed with an empty stomach." -- Paul Ash, Executive DirectorSan Francisco Food Bank "Thanks to all the Board and staff who made the Fight Hunger Bowl such a huge success. It was an honor to be one of the recipients of your generosity. It was also great fun on top of it all. Having the team serve in the dining room was certainly one of the many highlights." -- Father John Hardin, Chairman St. Anthony's Foundation